Rice water temperature
Author AffiliationsFranklin Raney is Assistant Research Irrigationist, Department of Irrigation, University of California, Davis.
Hilgardia 17(9):6-7. DOI:10.3733/ca.v017n09p6. September 1963.
LOW IRRIGATION WATER TEMPERATURES have already begun to reach problem proportions in the production of certain crops in northern California and may become far more common, especially in the northern parts of the State, as our water storage program progresses.
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Interplanting methods for wind erosion protection in San Joaquin asparagus
Antelope Valley Field Station
Walls influence interior radiant environment of: Livestock shelters for shade
Ethyl alcohol supplement not beneficial to cattle in feedlot tests
New growth regulator possibility: Kinins stimulate grape growth
Control of: Cantaloupe powdery mildew
Slow release fertilizers: For poinsettia pot plants
Distribution of the native grasses of California